responsibility falls on congress, one, for not adequately funding osha, but, two, for puttin ting handcuffs the agency to decide where it needs to target its resources. >> how does osha think about risks? you would think again a fertilizer -- we know there are epa regulators in there, texas air quality regulators in there. the last time there was a real inspection, 2006. how does osha think about risk in the workplace? you know, a mine versus -- call center versus a fertilizer factory? >> you know -- celeste probably is better. >> go ahead, celeste. >> what i wanted to say was, when you have an agency that has such a huge mission, 9 million workplaces and so few inspectors, it's a real challenge to figure out where it's best sending those inspectors to spend their time.